CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – For the fourth year in a row, the MIT women's lacrosse team received three All-Conference accolades from the New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC). Senior Casey Flynn was voted to the Second Team, resulting in the fourth nod of her career and put her in the company of Deanna Lentz '06 as the program's only four-time honorees. Juniors Erica Little and Alex Wright, also Second-Team selections, picked up the first awards of their careers.
Flynn rewrote the MIT record book, finishing her career as the all-time leader in goals (142), assists (72), and points (214) while also setting a new standard for assists in a season (30) this year. She registered 27 goals, helping her rank second on the team with 57 points.
Little paced the Engineers with 48 goals to go along with 18 assists for a team-best 64 points. During the season, she eclipsed the 100 career-point mark, becoming the 11th player in the program's history to accomplish this feat.
Representing Tech's defense, Wright led the way in caused turnovers (23) while ranking fifth in the NEWMAC in the same category. She was second on the squad in groundballs (38) and third in draw controls (23).